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CSIC subsidises an opportunity for industry to hear from experts on Horizon 2020 proposals and forming European consortia.
'Collectively we are stronger - engineers generating collaborative solutions to strengthen community resilience post-disaster' Duncan Gibb - Executive General Manager, SCIRT
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CSIC will host the second stop of the prestigious Brunel International Lecture Series, a biennial event delivered to organisations around the world for 24 months culminating in the publishing of a key report by the speaker.
CSIC’s sensing technologies operating in a section of London’s Royal Mail Tunnel have been shortlisted for a prestigious British Construction Industry (BCI) Award for Product Design Innovation.
CSIC will launch the inaugural Cambridge Conference on Fibre Optic Sensing in Civil Infrastructure at Robinson College on Monday 30 June and Tuesday 1 July.
CSIC’s second workshop on Infrastructure Futureproofing, held in April this year, discussed the integration of futureproofing into asset management practice.
Half of humanity now lives in cities, and cities in the developing world are expanding by five million residents every month. Making cities function more smoothly is a key challenge for the 21st century – and using smart technology is crucial to meeting that challenge says Dr Claudio Martani, who is developing an innovative way of monitoring and predicting the movement of people in cities.
Professor Mair and Dr Jennifer Schooling join Scientific Committee for International Symposium for Next Generation Infrastructure
The Second International Symposium for Next Generation Infrastructure (ISNGI 2014), has invited CSIC Head, Professor Robert Mair, and CSIC Director Dr Jennifer Schooling to be members of the Scientific Committee.
Professor Campbell R. Middleton, Laing O’Rourke Professor of Construction Engineering at the University of Cambridge, Fellow of the Transport Research Foundation and member of the CSIC team, will deliver this year’s TRF ICE Fellows Lecture.
Members of CSIC’s research team were among a targeted group of specialists invited to ride Network Rail's new Measurement Train (NMT).
CSIC PhD researcher Heba Bevan returned to the classroom as part of a new joint project, Designing our Tomorrow (DOT), launched by the Department of Engineering and the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge.
Ground-breaking new sensing technologies in the world’s first ‘smart tunnel’ are providing engineers with an inexpensive and efficient method of monitoring, maintaining and protecting the UK’s infrastructure, now and well into the future.
BBC's leading technology programme `Click' uncovers how CSIC's cutting-edge tools and technologies are being used to monitor the effects of Crossrail's giant excavation under the city of London.
A video featuring the work of CSIC's Dr Kiril Stanilov has gone viral on YouTube.
CSIC’s Head, Professor Robert Mair, spoke at this year's Hay Festival, one of the most prestigious literary festivals in the world, as part of the University of Cambridge Series - a strand of talks given by current Cambridge academics and distinguished alumni.
Assessing Complex Structures: Faster, Lighter, Higher, Longer, Safer, Cheaper - Professor Bill Spencer, Jr, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
CSIC’s Head, Professor Robert Mair to join the Institution of Civil Engineer’s (ICE) Presidential Team for 2014/15
Professor Mair CBE is one of two new Vice Presidents to be elected to the ICE professional body, the other being Zara Lamont OBE. Both will join current Vice Presidents Sir John Armitt, Tim Broyd, Keith Clarke, Adrian Coy and Stephen Fox and will work with ICE’s incoming President, David Balmforth, from November this year.
Cambridge awarded EPSRC funding for doctoral training centres in sensing and analysis
CSIC’s Head, Professor Robert Mair leads new Centre for Doctoral Studies in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment
The University of Cambridge’s new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment led by CSIC’s Head, Professor Robert Mair, is now open to applicants for entry in October 2014.
CSIC's Head, Professor Robert Mair talks to the Financial Times' Kate Allen about London's subterranean building boom
As some of the biggest and deepest construction projects the UK’s capital has ever seen take place, the Financial Times’ Kate Allen investigates how the smooth running of London, is maintained by what happens underground and talks to CSIC’s Head, Professor Robert Mair about the effects of the city’s subterranean building boom.
CSIC's Dr Mohammed Elshafie wants to give London not just a brain, but an entire nervous system.